COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says there will be “a very tough battle” this year on legislation to allow children of illegal immigrants to receive in-state tuition to public colleges and universities.

Miller said Monday during a political summit at the University of Maryland that the issue needs to be dealt with this session.

Miller, who supports allowing in-state tuition to children of illegal immigrants who have paid taxes in the state and are on the path to citizenship, says be believes there will be close votes on the measure.

Delegate Anthony O’Donnell, the Republican minority leader in the House of Delegates, says the bill sends the wrong message that the state is willing to support illegal immigration.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (2)
  1. Jerry says:

    I’m getting sick and tired of the City and state crying that they have no miney.
    So what do they do help pay illegal’s schools. Insted of doing that why don’t you help the people who voted you into office .

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